Tag: loans

15 Unpopular Opinions about MONEY

You are watching the Sunday motivational video! Welcome to ALUX.com! The place where future billionaires come to get inspired. Hello Aluxers, can’t wait to go through this Sunday Motivation! We’re gonna have some fun, especially since we’re taking a look at one of our all time favorite topics: MONEY. But not as we spoke about […]

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I’M DEBT FREE!!!!! $33k gone in 3 years on a small salary!

hi I’m budget girl and I was just 33,659 dollars in debt my name is budget girl I am 29 years old I have 998 dollars in student loan debt but I won’t for much longer in fact in about 5 minutes I am going to be dead party I graduated college Mississippi no mercy […]

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Solving Student Loan Debt

hi everybody, I’m Amanda the G and today I am wearing superheroes on my shirt because I thought it was very appropriate when I’m going over my plan to save the world now by save the world, what I actually mean is my own personal plan for how to deal with the student loan debt […]

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Enabling Success | A Union Bank production

Nigeria we hail Those who divide our people are getting better at their game But our daily struggle to make ends meet unites us We are united in being deceived by those we have trusted with our resources Corruption no know ethnic group or religion o! Yet, na we we dey do ourselves pass Lecturer […]

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5 Reasons Student Loans are Bulls**t | Decoded | MTV News

– Dear student loans, thank you so much for helping me pay for college. How could I possibly ever repay you? No, but seriously me and 40 million other Americans have no idea to pay for this bull (expletive bleep). (upbeat bubbly music) Meet Benjamin O’ Keefe from Moveon dot org’s the O’ Keefe Brief. […]

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How Big Is the U.S. Debt?

How far in debt is the U.S. government? Let’s put the numbers in perspective. This is the economy of Germany. The entire economic output of this country is about $3 trillion a year. This is the amount of money that the government has borrowed from the Social Security and Medicare trust funds, about $4 trillion. […]

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What You Should Know About Payday Loans

If you’re like most Americans, chances are you aren’t prepared for a financial emergency. In fact, only 40% of Americans are able to cover an unforeseen emergency expense of $1,000. Enter payday loans. Payday loans are short-term personal loans that borrowers repay out of their next paychecks. 12 million Americans spend more than $7 billion […]

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